When viruses and bacterial infections swirl around us, and especially during the winter and early spring months when the weather can seesaw between sunny and pleasant, and thundering and soggy, warm soups, bone broths, and teas can fortify and evoke warm fuzzy feelings (even if they’re fleeting until the next bowl or mug). These soup, bone broth, and tea recipes can help soothe when you’re feeling worn out or ill, and warm you up when the weather won’t.
Bone Broth Recipes
Learn how to make basic chicken bone broth, plus four ways to accessorize it. Great for sipping, but also for use in other recipes, the Thai chicken bone broth enhances stir-fry and Asian dishes, and the spicy chicken broth adds a kicky Tex-Mex appeal to sauces.
A deeply savory way to drink in the nourishing benefits of gelatin, beef bone broth can be dressed up several eclectic ways to tickle your palate. Reduce the butter and leek beef bone broth to a thin glaze and drizzle over steamed or roasted vegetables for transformative taste.
If you haven’t tried turkey bone broth yet, you’re in for a pleasing surprise. A touch more gamey and intense than chicken bone broth, turkey bone broth can add savory and meaty flavor to veggie mashes, cauliflower rice, pan sauces, and more.
This is a classic chicken bone broth recipe with a couple of modern embellishments: a few glugs of apple cider vinegar, and chucking all ingredients into an Instant Pot. Scroll through the recipe to the bottom for a keto snack: a chicken bone broth latte.
From Fat-Bomb Hamburger Soup to Greek Lemon Chicken Soup, there’s something for every Primal-keto taste in this soup roundup.
Made with butternut squash, sweet potatoes, and three scoops of collagen peptides, this soup can help soothe a disgruntled stomach. We figure you won’t give the side eye to a suggested meat garnish; the caramelized bits of ground turkey sprinkled on top of this pumpkin-hued pureed soup provides nice chewy contrast.
This soup is loaded with ingredients that can potentially ease the symptoms of the common cold, or give your immune system a little boost during cold and flu season. The healing properties from this sharp, slightly spicy broth come from ginger, garlic, turmeric, lemon, and bone broth.
Grandma’s and mother’s remedy for what ails, chicken noodle soup can be Primal when made with golden chicken broth from skin-on chicken thighs, aromatic vegetables, and shiritaki angel hair noodles.
Although buttery, slow-simmered cabbage can be a dish in itself, add broth and sausage and you’ll get a very simple soup with incredibly rich, comforting flavor. Choose the best-quality butter you can afford to add plenty of unctuousness to this basic soup.
Redolent of the infamous 40 garlic clove chicken dish, this garlic soup uses 15 cloves of garlic. Don’t fret; your significant other and even furry friend won’t stay away forever if you eat this. The soup calls for roasted garlic, which mellows and smooths out the sharp pungency of the bulb.
Ginger has long been thought to be a natural immune booster. Ginger adds an intensity of flavor to stock that is both soothing and invigorating. It awakens your senses and warms you right to your core. Just-cooked scallops and shrimp add substance to this spicy broth.
A touch bitter, this chicken soup adds interest through steeping green tea bags or leaves in the broth. This seven-ingredient soup comes together in just 25 minutes.
Turmeric tea will perk you up in the morning, calm you down at night and soothe sniffles and sore throats. It’s also a really pleasant way to end a meal.
More delicate than coffee lattes with the potential to be every bit as craveable, tea lattes have expanded beyond the boxes of chai and matcha and into under-explored and exotic territories. Soothe an upset stomach with a Collagen Mint Tea Latte; switch up your normal chai to a citrusy Lemon Cardamom Collagen Latte; and instead of a pumpkin spice latte, try a Roobios Vanilla Spice Collagen Tea Latte.
Read More: Benefits of Bone Broth & Tea, and Immune-Boosting Tips
- Is Bone Broth Nutritious?
- Does Bone Broth Break a Fast?
- Is it Safe to Microwave Bone Broth?
- Bone Broth FAQs
- The Pros and Cons of Tea
- The Definitive Guide to Tea
- 8 Common Cold Cures That Actually Seem to Work
- 7 Drinks to Boost Your Immune System
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